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  2014
  April
16MDARD issues statewide stop sale order for Ohio Mulch Company
16State Police Partners with DEA in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on April 26

The Michigan State Police (MSP) will partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and other local law enforcement agencies for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day to provide a venue for citizens to dispose of unwanted and unused prescription drugs.

16Public open house in Grand Rapids to discuss Lake Michigan Drive resurfacing April 16, 2014 -- Public open house to discuss this year's resurfacing work on M-45 (Lake Michigan Drive).
16Transition to Local Control Continues in Pontiac
16New Options Available to Receive Updates from DIFS
16MDOT's "Reality Check" examines pothole patching practices
16Gov. Snyder: Unemployment drop shows Michigan's comeback continues, with more to do
16Michigan's March Unemployment Rate Declines
15MPSC Grants License to United Energy Trading, LLC as an Alternative Gas Supplier
15Snyder signs bills improving adoption process
15Johnson Technology, Inc. Receives MIOSHA's Highest Recognition Award of their Workplace Safety and Health Excellence
15Candidate filing deadline is April 22
14State Police Marks 97th Birthday; Governor Declares April 13 - 19 as Michigan State Police History Week
14April 15th is Tax Day
14Gov. Snyder determines financial emergency in Lincoln Park
14State Emergency Operations Center Activated
14Public meeting this Thursday in Morley to discuss 2014 construction plans
14Work delayed: Traffic shifts next week for US-31 Elk River bridge work
14Snyder announces statewide recycling initiative
14Schuette: Beware Computer Ransomware Scams
14MDOT schedules Cook Road under I-75 bridge work
11Snyder signs bills supporting recreation development and natural resource protection
11Schuette: Avoid Falling Victim to Foreclosure Rescue Scams
11Michigan Finance Authority Issues $150 Million in Bonds for School Loan Revolving Fund
11Thumb-area signal changes begin Monday, April 14
11Gov. Snyder: Year-round and early childhood programs get a boost in school finance legislation
10Grand Rapids Area SUPER!Center now offers innovative time-saving technology
10Secretary of State Iron River office to close for remodeling April 21-25
10Secretary of State Newberry office to close for remodeling April 21-25
10Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards Meeting ~ April 16, 2014
10Genesee, Oscoda counties receive state transportation economic development grants to help support 281 jobs
10Mecosta County: We'll let it slide this time! Watch the bridge slide animation
10MEDC grant catalyst for major expansion, new auto jobs
10Bridge improvements on Broadway Avenue over Seaway Drive
10Resurfacing 12 miles of US-131 starts Monday in Mecosta County
10MDOT expands MichiVan service with new contracts
10Snyder: Bipartisan legislation combats metal theft and illegal sales while improving safety
10Snyder appoints four judges to Wayne County 3rd Circuit bench
10Snyder signs bill improving care for mobile dentistry patients
10Schuette Statement on Governor Snyder's Appointment of Tom Cameron to Wayne County's 3rd Circuit Court
10Snyder makes appointment to MEDC Executive Committee
10Schuette, Arwood Announce $100,000 Fine, Permanent Surrender of License for South Lyon Pharmacy Connected to Tainted Drugs Distributed in 2013
10Sleeping Bear dune climb pathway work starts April 14
09St. Joseph County Recognized as an "Age-Friendly" Community
09529 College Savings Accounts Reach Record Levels in 2013
09Livingston County Recognized as a "Community for a Lifetime"
09State of Michigan receives federal approval for EB-5 Regional Center
09Construction expected to begin next week on US-127 in Jackson County
09MDOT sharing M-26 Franklin Township plans at April 17 meeting
09MDOT plans meeting to discuss US-2 Ironwood project
08Profit Corporation 2014 Annual Reports Due On or Before June 30; LARA's Corporations, Securities & Commercial Licensing Bureau Sends Notice to Resident Agents
08Madison Heights Physical Therapist Summarily Suspended
08Gov. Snyder: Healthy Michigan Plan reaches 85,761 enrollees after one week
08Seniors: Protect Yourselves from Victimization, Financial Exploitation
08MDOT needs all the help it can get from Adopt-A-Highway volunteers
08Westland Pharmacist Summarily Suspended
07Application deadline for the 2014 Michigan Youth Livestock Scholarship is May 31, 2014
07Announcement of 2015 Automobile Theft Prevention Authority Grants
07MDOT releases 2013 crash data, promotes safety during National Work Zone Awareness Week
07Schuette: Remember the Victims When Considering the Cost of Crime in Michigan
07M-53 (Van Dyke Avenue) resurfacing in Macomb County begins in mid-April
07State Police encourage Michiganders to prepare before severe weather strikes this spring and summer; Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 6-12
07I-194 ramp improvements start Monday in Battle Creek
07Michigan Office of Child Support Announces Online Child Support Services Application
07Changes coming to ongoing I-94/I-69 interchange project in St. Clair County
07Year's first Adopt-A-Highway litter pickup begins April 12
07Governor Snyder stresses importance of financial literacy to children at Detroit Library
07Projects on M-32, I-75 in Otsego and Crawford counties start mid-April
04Schuette Moves to Expedite Appeal of Ruling on the Michigan Marriage Amendment
04Strategic Fund Bond Issue Receives Strong Investor Demand
04Open house April 14 for US-23 Iosco County project
04Clinton Twp., Southfield offices get innovative, time-saving technology of MI-TIME Line
04State Police to Participate in Mock Mobilization Exercise
No Need for Public Concern with Increase of MSP Presence During Simulated Exercise
04Snyder wraps up investment mission to Europe
04Review Team Finds ?Financial Emergency' in City of Lincoln Park
03Snyder focuses on automotive expansion opportunities for Michigan during Germany visit
03Calley signs bill to clarify election procedures, protect voters' personal information
03MDCH Notifying Individuals Regarding Protected Health Information Breach
03Keeping motorists connected: electronic message signs coming to US-127 in Ingham and Clinton counties
03February Unemployment Rates Rise in Most of Michigan's Regional Labor Markets
03Prepare For Winter Storm Threatening Upper Peninsula
03Michigan Signs Memorandum of Understanding for Integrated Care Program
03Counties, cities, villages receive almost $61 million to pay for winter road maintenance costs
03Schuette Issues Charges Against Detroit Man For Swindling Thousands in Fake Mortgage Assistance Scheme
02Secretary of State, advocates kick off Donate Life Month at Wayne State University with "Heart of a Warrior" event
02White Lake Area of Concern restoration efforts completed
02Countdown to shutdown - Reminder: I-96 to close in Wayne County starting Saturday
02I-75 and Zilwaukee Bridge improvements to begin April 12
02Snyder makes appointment to Board of Speech Language Pathology
02Snyder makes reappointments to Certificate of Need Commission
02Quantum Signal receives first manufacturer plates under new automated vehicle testing law
02Snyder, in Germany, announces 3-D printing company's first U.S. location in Michigan
02Snyder makes appointment to State Tax Commission
02Snyder makes appointment to the Michigan Task Force on Physician's Assistants
02Snyder makes reappointments to Asparagus Marketing Advisory Board
01MPSC Approves Optional Energy Efficiency Program and Surcharge for Metered Streetlight Customers, Making Them Eligible for Energy Savings
01MPSC Sets Expedited Schedule for Hearing on Michigan Gas Utilities' Request to Establish a Temporary Gas Cost Recovery Factor
01MPSC: Updated Law Improves Safety of Underground Digging Practices, Gives MPSC New Enforcement Authority
01Mohawk Secretary of State office now open twice a week
01Downtown Howell Gets Strategic Planning Help From Michigan Main Street Center at MSHDA
01Michigan Launches Healthy Michigan Plan Enrollment Activities
01Midland roundabout construction to begin April 7, weather permitting
01Michigan Launches Healthy Michigan Plan Enrollment Activities
01Snyder, delegation meet with leading auto execs in Turin on second day of investment mission
01Wayland to Receive Communications Planning Help From Michigan Main Street Center at MSHDA
01Calley signs remaining personal property tax reform bills aimed at ensuring stable local funding, creating jobs
01Income Tax returns due in two weeks
01Competitive Grant Assistance Program Grants Awarded
01Voter registration deadline for May election just around the corner
01Technology and Long Term Care the Focus of Today's Joint Provider Surveyor Training Conference in Grand Rapids
01SHPO Announces Lighthouse Preservation Grants
01'Rehab Addict' Nicole Curtis to headline 16th annual Building Michigan Communities Conference
01Downtown Portland to Receive Fund Development Help From Michigan Main Street Center at MSHDA
01Weight restrictions imposed on all state highways in Michigan, including the UP, on April 4
01Downtown Niles to receive fund development planning services from Michigan Main Street Center at MSHDA
01Schuette: Federal Asian Carp Report Flawed, Incomplete, Lacks Action Plan
01Calley signs legislation encouraging further recovery of oil from existing wells
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